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Re: Texas Grasshopper

At 15:40 10/12/01 -0500, you wrote:
>Hi Judy,
>They must be about the size to eat. Yesterday on TV they were talking about
>eating locust, and different ways to cook them.I guess grasshoppers would
>taste about the same.

Locusts are delicious.  They 'swarmed' regularly in Africa  when their huge 
would darken the sky.  They should be fried in sim-sim oil and eaten whole 
the green gunge in the middle can appear unappetising if two bites are 
taken.  The
wings should be removed.  Very nutritious.  My mouth is watering at the 
thought of
the locust repasts which I have enjoyed whilst being hospitably entertained 
by my
many African friends.  Nature is a great provider.

Niven Sinclair

>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Carter, Judy G (Judy)" <jhouck@avaya.com>
>To: <sinclair@quarterman.org>
>Sent: Monday, December 10, 2001 1:19 PM
>Subject: Texas Grasshopper
>You wouldn't believe how big the grasshoppers have gotten here in the
>last few years!! Crickets included...

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